Updated on January 2018.
Antti Aaltonen M.A. is a drawings curator at the archives of the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
Anna Autio is a Helsinki art historian and a curator at the archives of the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
Harri Hautajärvi D.Sc. (Tech.) is an architect, who runs his own architect’s office, as well as a writer and researcher, specializing in the history of architecture and cultural environments.
Maarit Henttonen PhD is the director of Espoo City Museum.
Mia Hipeli is an art historian and curator at the Alvar Aalto Museum based at the Alvar Aalto studio in Helsinki.
Helena Hirviniemi is an architect, who carries out government agency work, designs, researches, teaches and operates generally in a wide range of roles in the cultural, architectural, building conservation and restoration fields. She is a member of the board of Docomomo Finland and is currently working on her doctoral thesis at the University of Oulu on the subject of the restoration of modernist architecture.
Hilkka Högström is a researcher at the National Board of Antiquities specialized in the construction during the 1930s for the Helsinki Olympics, as well as in fitness and sports environments.
Pia Ilonen Lic. Sc. (Tech.) is an architect, who for her licentiate degree researched the restoration of the Lasipalatsi building in Helsinki.
Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen is an architect working at the National Board of Antiquities, as well as teaching at Aalto University. She is also a member of the board of Docomomo Finland.
Teppo Jokinen is a free-lance researcher working in Berlin and adjunct professor of art history at the University of Helsinki. His particular research focus is the interaction between Finnish and German art and architecture.
Olli-Paavo Koponen is an architect and professor of architectural history at Tampere University of Technology.
Petteri Kummala PhD is a researcher at the Helsinki City Museum and chair of the board of Docomomo Finland.
Satu Kähkönen PhD is a researcher in art history, who has specialised in the research and teaching of the history of architecture and design, as well as the consideration for cultural heritage values in environmental protection and planning.
Venla Leppänen is an Oulu-based architect. In her master’s thesis she explored how the Karjasilta war-veterans’ houses could be preserved, why they should be preserved, and what should be done so that they would be preserved.
Mikko Lindqvist is an architect working in the Cultural Environment unit of Helsinki City Museum, whose scope of work includes the research and preservation of the architectural heritage.
Seija Linnanmäki is a curator in cultural-environmental services in the National Board of Antiquities’ Unit for Eastern and Northern Finland. Her postgraduate degree at Aalto University considers the relationship between modern architecture and air-conditioning.
Leena Makkonen D.Sc. (Tech.) is an architect who works at the City of Helsinki Building Control Department.
Jonas Malmberg is an architect as well as holding a master’s degree in History of Art. He works on the restoration of modern architecture at the Alvar Aalto Foundation and is a member of the board of Docomomo Finland.
Anne Mäkinen PhD is an art historian and building designer. She has researched the architecture of the Finnish Defence Forces during the period from Finnish independence onwards as well as municipal construction in Helsinki.
Jaakko Penttilä is an architect planning the repair and restoration of older architecture, with a particular interest in neo-renaissance architecture.
Miia Perkkiö D.Sc. (Tech.) is an architect and chief of the restoration unit of the Governing Body of Suomenlinna, who is specialised in restoration and changes of use in buildings.
Joona Rantasalo is an art historian, a member of the board of Docomomo Finland and secretary of the Architectural Society.
Riitta Salastie D.Sc. (Tech.) is an architect who has specialised in the development of conservation methods of modern architecture at the Helsinki City Planning Department.
Veera Sanaksenaho is a recently qualified landscape architect and landscape planner working in Helsinki, who is interested in current environmental issues.
Helena Soiri-Snellman L. Phil. is an art historian and emeritus of the Turku Provincial Museum. She has researched the architecture of the 19th and 20th centuries as well as the summer villa architecture of the Turku archipelago.
Elina Standertskjöld L.Phil is the head of archives at the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
Timo Tuomi is adjunct professor of art history at the University of Helsinki and researches early 20th century architecture.
Kristo Vesikansa is an architect working as a researcher and teacher at Aalto University. He specialises in the architecture of the period 1950–1970 and the discussions of that time.
Juha Vuorinen PhD is a researcher at Porvoo Museum and has specialised in post-war public building.
Pirjo Vuorinen M.A. is chief curator at the University of Jyväskylä’s Open Science Centre and a member of the University’s cultural committee.